So, I’ve come across this page which is all about: 40 Photo-Illustrated Questions to Refocus Your Mind . Then, I had this idea that maybe I can answer all of those questions as honest as I can. My purpose for doing this, well, I need some “enlightenment” or something.
1. What can you do today, that you were not capable of a year ago?
>I guess I am able to think in a more mature way.
2. What’s been on you mind most lately?
>That would be how I can be employed as a staff nurse in a hospital.
3. Right now, at this moment, what do you want the most?
>Happiness and balance in my life.
4. In order of importance, how would you rank: happiness, money, love, health, fame?
5. What word best describes the way you’ve spent the last month of your life?
6. What is the #1 motivator of your life now?
>My parents. If they didn’t pressure or push me to do things for me to achieve something, I wouldn’t have achieved anything now.
7. In one sentence, who are you?
>I can be a simple yet complicated person, an overthinker, and a bookworm.
8. What do you want to be known for?
>Someone who is able to help others through the thing that I love doing the most.
9. If you had to move 3000 miles away, what one thing would you miss most?
>My loved ones.
10. In one year from today, how do you think your life will be different?
>I think (hopefully) I would be employed. I will be so busy by then. I will be more skillful and more experienced than I am now.
11. Who makes you feel good about yourself?
>God. Knowing that He’s got the best plans for me that are yet to happen, that makes me feel good about myself.
12. What are the top three qualities you look for a friend?
>Honest,Understands my weirdness, and Funny.
13. What has fear of failure stopped you from doing?
>Making lots of friends, making commitments.
14. What is something you’ve ever wanted ever since you were a kid?
>To be a doctor.
15. What stands between you and what you want?
>Fear of failure and being rejected, as well as over-worrying.
16. What do you do when nothing else seems to make you happy?
>Pray, cry to let my sadness go away, and write.
17. When did you first realize that life is short?
>I can’t really recall. Maybe when I watched movies or tv shows when I was still a kid.
18. What do you need to spend more time doing?
>Helping people (like volunteering in medical missions)
19. What issues do you continually refuse to confront?
>My lack of closeness with my parents, not being able to really tell them that I love them.
20. What’s something that most people do that you disagree with?
>Uhmmm..I can’t really come up with the idea yet. Maybe have sex before getting married. I dunno, I was brought up to be against the whole idea. Just saying. 🙂
21. What’s a common misconception people have about you?
>That I am a snob. And I’m not.
22. What’s something no one can take away from you?
>My love for the people who loves me.
23. What is something that you would hate to go without for a day?
>Internet access and my laptop.
24. When you look into the past, what do you miss most?
>Me being carefree and not having any worries about things being so complicated.
25. What memory from this past year makes you smile the most?
>Passing the nursing licensure examination.
26. What’s the number one change you need to make in your life in the next twelve months?
>Stop complaining and overthinking.
27. If not now, then when?
I dont’ know. As soon as possible. LOL.
28. What have you done that you are truly proud of?
>Being a responsible daughter. That I’ve never really gave my parents much headache.
29. What’s something new you recently learned about yourself?
>That I can actually meet new people and make a comfortable conversation with them.
30. What do you want to remember forever?
>That there are people who loves and cares about me.
31. What could society do without?
>Uhmmm..maybe the technology? I don’t think I did understand the question though, tbh.
32. What is one thing, right now, that you are totally sure of?
>That I cannot give up and right things for me will come in the right time.
33. If you had the opportunity to get a message across to a large group of people, what would your message be?
>That it’s okay not to be okay. That there’s always people who loves us.
34. What’s something you said you’d never do, but have since done?
>That I will not spend more time on the internet, but I really can’t help myself.
35. What’s something you changed your mind about when you grew older?
>That maybe I really want to be able to stand on my own, and try to live alone. But I’m not sure about it yet.
36. What didn’t last forever, but was still worth your while?
>My time with my some of my groupmates in college, though I was so irritated that I spent most of my college days with them, it was all worth my while.
37. I f you could go back in time and tell a younger version of yourself one thing, what would you tell?
>Go easy on yourself. Make more friends.
38. If you knew you were dying in 60 seconds, what would your last words be?
>”I love you” to my family.
39. When it’s all said and done. will you have said more than you’ve done?
>Yes, I think so. I have the tendency to do that more often.
40. What question do you often ask yourself?
>What’s your plan now?